Which ACC school's 2012 class has made the Top 25 most often?

In February 2012, Florida State signed a recruiting class full of highly touted players who projected to star both at the college level and in the pros. Some of the more heavily recruited players in that class — which was ranked No. 3 nationally — were Jameis Winston, Eddie Goldman, Mario Edwards, Ronald Darby and P.J. Williams.

Since FSU welcomed that class, the Seminoles have brought home a national championship, won three ACC titles and accumulated a 46-5 overall record.

In football, especially, a program’s success doesn’t hinge solely on one recruiting class. But it’s also not a coincidence that Jimbo Fisher’s teams have been so dominant since welcoming that 2012 group that has already produced several NFL players.

The remaining players from the class of 2012 are now in the middle of their fourth year (redshirt juniors, true seniors). Looking back at recruiting rankings from that year, there are a lot of similarities between where each team’s class ranked and how many times that program has appeared in the Associated Press’ Top 25 since the beginning of the 2012 campaign.